Residhotel Les Hautes d'Andilly
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... large amounts of hay stockpiled for winter as we have seen everywhere in Ireland and Britain. There are still crops of browning corn not yet harvested. I presume it is being left to dry first. Most of the land we see is under cultivation, there are very few cows and no sheep to be seen. Piaf keeps me company as we cross rural France. I have told the TD that it is homework in preparation for a week in Paris. She has told me already to not even try to speak any "terrible" French. I ...
... time. So the ice cream won. ( Was there ever any doubt?) Headed home. Had a great day. Loved it. You will be all pleased to known jeans are dry. Sort of. Just been to the Lobby to get Wifi connection. Bad news is.... Jeans not 'quite' dry. Good news is ... They still fit me! Had the best day! Loving this. Emily and I had an absolutely fantastic time in Paris. Wouldn't have missed it. Now I'm doing this. And having a ball too! Onward and ...
We left Bergerac around 8 enroute to Paris. We were nervous about the drive only 120klms but into one of the most busy cities in Paris. We made our way through the flatlands which were covered in corn and wind farms. However the drive in being a Sunday was easy, we drove straight to the apartment within about 1:20hr. We couldn't check in until 14:00 so it was time to play tourist. Palais de Chaillot was close by so we explored it first it is ...
... I say. Kathy and the Don form a break away pack of two, they are going out on the town tonight, we with Maddie take on a river Seine trip, a different perspective opens up via this form of travel, relaxing and peaceful. On the way home we go hat and shoe shopping (no not for me) as we are off to the polo in London, a nice little green number is the result. I wait up for the kids to get home but not in by 2.30 am so pack it in, they are going to be grounded for a long time over this ...
... was close to the front entrance and as we took photos Dave said he wished he had a beer to pour over his grave so he could say 'Pour one for my homie'. Hahahahahaha. I suggested that the French would likely kick us out of the country.
Ahh such friviolity in a graveyard. We are so emo.
Then it absolutely POURED down with rain so we gave up the ghost (yuk yuk) and decided to head on down to the catacombs. It was that kind of day. ...